Tuesday, February 5, 2019

BOOK: Book Review - Golden Rod, A Wildflowers of Scotland Novel by Sherrie Hanson

Lachlan—a centuries old castle overlooking Loch Carron, Scotland. 

Kacie—a twelve-year-old girl whose dying wish is to see it.

Laird Valan and Lady Rosemary MacKenzie—500-year-old ghosts who desperately want to escape it. 

Golden-Haired, Most Fair, Prince Rod of Lachlan—the rightful heir who wants to live there happily ever after. 

Katelyn O’Neal—the well-intentioned but clueless legal heir who’s about to pay a high price for selling Lachlan to a lowlife scum. 

GOLDEN ROD—a two-week romp through a lifetime of legends.

My Review:

Golden Rod, Wildflowers of Scotland by Sherrie Hanson
If you like historical fiction, romance, Scotland, and ghosts, have I got a recommendation for you! Sherrie Hanson puts together a high-powered, no nonsense American business woman with a dreamy Scottish disinherited prince who instantly dislike each other. Add to the mix a family medical emergency,  a pair of sexy ghosts, and an ancient Scottish curse and you have a story that was easy to get into and hard to put down. Beautifully done. 

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